“We have agreed with the defense minister that he in the near future will visit Ukraine. He has promised to gather a two-party delegation and come,” Parubiy said, being on a working visit in Canada, the parliament’s press service reports.
According to Parubiy, at the meeting the sides discussed the issue of transferring lethal and non-lethal arms to Ukraine.
"We have raised the issue of lethal weapons and conducted more detailed consultations on non-lethal equipment needed for Ukraine. It was a special conversation with the documents,” he said.
According Parubiy, the sides also discussed the issues of secured communications systems, counter-battery and electronic warfare units, as well as anti-tank weapons, coast guard and armored vehicles.
In addition, Canada's defense department officials agreed to retain the same number of military instructors in Ukraine.